Deservingly vs Deservedly - What's the difference?
As adverbs the difference between deservingly and deservedly
is that deservingly
is in a deserving manner while deservedly
is (degree|manner) in a way or to a degree that is deserved or merited.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
In a deserving manner.
- She was deservingly jailed for her crimes.
(degree, manner) In a way or to a degree that is deserved or merited.
* 1847-48 , , 2008, Digireads.com Publishing,
* 1859 , James Maden Holt, The Jesuits: A Lecture Delivered in St. Saviour's School, near Bacup, May 16th 1859 ,
- Emmy, he remembered, was at one time cruelly and deservedly jealous of Rebecca,.
* 1986 , Facts on File, Editorials on File , Volume 17, Part 2, ,
- THE Jesuits have been condemned, and deservedly condemned, by the unanimous consent of the whole of Christendom.
* 2011 , Phil McNulty, Euro 2012: Montenegro 2-2 England [http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/15195384.stm]
- The vote for Scalia was unanimous, and deservedly so.
English degree adverbs
English manner adverbs
- Elsad Zverotic gave Montenegro hope with a goal with the last kick of the first half - and when Rooney was deservedly shown red by referee Wolfgang Stark, England were placed under pressure they could not survive.